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Is your skin sporting stretch marks? Let’s find out how you can reduce those reddish or glossy streaks of silvery white on your abs, hips, thighs, buttocks, upper arms or lower back. This scarring causes low self-esteem in some. Don’t feel bad, it happens to over 50% of the population including teens and men, not just us women. Even models have stretch marks but with photo retouching and makeup you’d never know it.
Vitamin E Oil The most important vitamin for your skin’s health is E. Apply vitamin E oil daily or break open a capsule and apply its contents after your shower.
Pure Emu Oil Another, and possibly better oil, is pure emu oil. It easily penetrates all the layers of the skin. (Stretch marks develop in the middle layer called the dermis.) Emu oil fades and removes scars and stretch marks. It is so effective it can be used on old scars. Stretch Mark Oil #3
Wheat Germ Oil Wheat germ oil stimulates tissue regeneration and has wonderful antioxidant properties. It must be diluted with a carrier oil such as olive or sweet almond because of its high strength. It has a strong odor and is a bit sticky. Because it is rich in minerals, vitamins (especially vitamin E), and proteins, wheat germ oil is good for reducing wrinkles, eczema, psoriasis, and of course, scars and stretch marks. Don’t blame yourself if you have stretch marks, blame genetics. Just do your part and apply either vitamin E oil, emu oil, or wheat germ oil for excellent stretch mark reducing effects. The best part is that they are 100% natural and highly effective for getting rid of your stretch marks. You can buy these oils in your local health shop, or alternatively, hit the green links above to order on Amazon. UPDATE: Coconut oil is another oil that has fantastic stretch mark reducing capabilities. I wrote about how and why you should use coconut oil in a recent blog post which you can read by clicking the link below. How & Why You Should Use Coconut Oil For Getting Rid Of Stretch Marks